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Cyclist Kristin Armstrong headlines new health/wellness district at Ten Mile Crossing (access required)

Business parks mean business. Ten Mile Crossing’s first year in Meridian played out in just that manner with the openings of benefits administrator AmeriBen and human capital management company Paylocity. Ten Mile Crossing’s developer, Tommy Ahlquist, however, has never totally ...

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Report: Boise one of nation’s hottest real estate markets (access required)

Median home prices in Ada County tumbled $15,410 from August to September to $318,990, while Canyon County median home prices at $229,900 came within $45 of the all-time high in July, according to Intermountain Multiple Listing Service statistics. The September ...

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Driggs will build two bus stop shelters with federal transportation grant (access required)

The eastern Idaho city of Driggs received a $192,000 federal transportation grant to build passenger shelters and bus pullouts at two bus stops for workers commuting to Grand Targhee Resort and Jackson, Wyoming. The bus stops are located in the ...

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Kristin Armstrong will build fitness center at Ten Mile Crossing (access required)

Off her bicycle, three-time Olympic gold medalist and Boise resident Kristin Armstrong is entering the business world with a fitness center at the Ten Mile Crossing business park in Meridian. Armstrong and her husband, Joe Savola, will build and operate ...

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Fruitland’s Woodgrain Millwork acquires two plastic coated lumber companies (access required)

Fruitland-based Woodgrain Millwork is expanding into plastic coated lumber production with the acquisition of two companies in Oregon and California that specialize in that product. Woodgrain acquired EcoForm in North Palm Springs, California, and Woodguard of Cottage Grove, Oregon. “It’s ...

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